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The aim of this study is to contribute to the knowledge regarding immediate implant-based BR by investigating whether the one-stage technique with ADM is superior to the two-stage expander to implant technique. Primary endpoint in first publication is postoperative complications, secondary endpoint is patient and investigator assessed aesthetic outcome. Primary endpoint in second publication is cost, secondary endpoint is patient reported outcome measures.
In this prospective study, breast capsule biopsy was performed in patients undergoing 2-stage expander-implant breast reconstruction to determine its use. Prospective clinical trial was designed for 10 consecutive patients as a pilot study and approved by IRB of Samsung Medical Center. From November 2013 to May 2015, full-thickness capsule biopsy specimen was obtained from acellular dermal matrix (ADM) capsule and from native subpectoral capsule (internal control) during expander-implant exchange. Biopsy specimens were scored for fibrosis and inflammatory reactions. This is completed study and its specific title, study objective, method, and results will be available online after scientific journal submission.